Giulio Ren
Altre idee da Giulio
A full bodied brew that’s richly infused with flavourful American grains - http://www.aubeer.com/american-beer-in-australia/a-full-bodied-brew-thats-richly-infused-with-flavourful-american-grains/ #beer #australia #foster #aubeer

A full bodied brew that’s richly infused with flavourful American grains - http://www.aubeer.com/american-beer-in-australia/a-full-bodied-brew-thats-richly-infused-with-flavourful-american-grains/ #beer #australia #foster #aubeer

Bear Republic Hop Rod Rye Ale: A delightfully hoppy beer for some extra bitter kick - http://www.aubeer.com/american-beer-in-australia/bear-republic-hop-rod-rye-ale-a-delightfully-hoppy-beer-for-some-extra-bitter-kick/ #beer #australia #foster #aubeer

Bear Republic Hop Rod Rye Ale: A delightfully hoppy beer for some extra bitter kick - http://www.aubeer.com/american-beer-in-australia/bear-republic-hop-rod-rye-ale-a-delightfully-hoppy-beer-for-some-extra-bitter-kick/ #beer #australia #foster #aubeer

Hoegaarden | A light, effervescent, Belgian witbier. Not my favorite of the style.

Hoegaarden | A light, effervescent, Belgian witbier. Not my favorite of the style.

Dark Island is an iconic beer: a standard-bearer for traditional Scottish ales. In cask, this beer has twice won CAMRA’s Champion Beer of Scotland.

Dark Island is an iconic beer: a standard-bearer for traditional Scottish ales. In cask, this beer has twice won CAMRA’s Champion Beer of Scotland.

Tabák v F1

Tabák v F1

1978 Winston Cup Racing (Western 500)

1978 Winston Cup Racing (Western 500)

Demostración de poder Mercedes... Mucho antes de hacer taxis... Tripolis 1939 #GP #Mercedes

Demostración de poder Mercedes... Mucho antes de hacer taxis... Tripolis 1939 #GP #Mercedes

Retro Monaco Tin Sign

Retro Monaco Tin Sign

Grand Prix of France, 1908 (Victory at the French Grand Prix was in those days equivalent to winning the world championship today. The victor in 1908 was Christian Lautenschlager in a 140 hp Mercedes, followed by Héméry and Hanriot, both driving the 120 hp Benz.)

Grand Prix of France, 1908 (Victory at the French Grand Prix was in those days equivalent to winning the world championship today. The victor in 1908 was Christian Lautenschlager in a 140 hp Mercedes, followed by Héméry and Hanriot, both driving the 120 hp Benz.)